Chase's End

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Gary Boxall
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John Everett and another of his fantastic scenes....

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Superb John

Another masterpiece if you pardon the pun :roll:

Love the base and the house, the sports car is excellent and the figures are at the top of your game :D

Are you using oils again for your heads?

What did you use for the bandage for the sling it looks spot on and to scale too 8-)

And another iF not comic, but well told story :D

You really are a master builder and story teller, John

excellent one :D

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Steve Hutchinson wrote:
Are you using oils again for your heads?

What did you use for the bandage for the sling?

Steve H
Thanks Steve.

The figures are a range of about three or four painting techniques. Although I haven't tried the Canvin Tan "black base" yet. Three faces are acrylic and the remainder are oil. I'm finding that oil is just easier with skin tones. I like the way it behaves as compared to acrylic. The uniforms are both oil and acrylic. I deliberately painted certain figures with harsh color boundaries (the Walking soldier holding the portrait), as well as acrylic with a filter to tone down the harshness (the squatting figure applying bandages). The Germans are straight oils.

The bandages are Kleenex facial tissue, a single layer peeled away from the main sheet and cut with scissors. Simple! A little water applied with a paintbrush and it's locked in place.
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Another master piece for sure John. Everything is just amazing, but best of all the story line that we have come to expect from you.

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I've just found this one John. Sorry I missed it. Love the story and the scene. So much to look at and admire. :D

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Can only agree with the team. Masterpiece - so much to see - some Brilliant modelling with that wry background story. And an immense amount of work uniformly excellent

Astonishing work :D

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